This year is the 70th anniversary of the invention of the world’s first float tank in 1954. What started as unusual experiments and personal exploration has now become a widely accepted wellness activity enjoyed worldwide.
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Body image disturbance and anxiety are core features of anorexia nervosa (AN), a psychiatric disorder with one of the highest mortality rates. This study examined the efficacy of a novel non-pharmacological treatment, floatation-REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy) on body image disturbance and anxiety in inpatients with AN.
Every athlete is looking for something extra that will bring focus and concentration. An alternative therapy that will help to get rid of anxieties and fears, and help your muscles and joints to recover faster. Float therapy provides many benefits that have proved to be favourable for high-level athletes and sports practitioners. The life of an athlete is quite hectic;
What is Fibromyalgia and How is Associated with Float Therapy? Fibromyalgia is diagnosed by the appearance of discomfort in eighteen particular tender points in the body. This pain or discomfort can be followed by profound exhaustion and poor focus or attention. Many people living with Fibromyalgia also experience depression and anxiety, both of which can increase pain. The
The deeply relaxing state reached inside the Float tank benefits people who suffer Multiple Sclerosis by decreasing blood pressure while lowering adrenaline and cortisol levels. Response mechanisms in the brain react to what happens during sensory deprivation, resulting in a feeling of extreme relaxation, which leads to lowered blood pressure and decreased burnout, due to reduced flow of stress hormones. Multiple
Is Float Therapy Safe During Pregnancy? Pregnancy is an exciting time! You’re preparing to welcome a new family member and for everything in your life to change. It’s also a time during which you are experiencing physical changes. Along with all of the great things happening – including positive physical changes like thicker hair and glowing skin –
ClinicalFloat.org is a website that provides a platform for healthcare professionals to connect and share their experiences in the field of clinical research. The website offers various resources such as articles, podcasts, and webinars on topics related to clinical research, including data management, patient recruitment, and regulatory compliance. The website also hosts an online forum
Floatation therapy, also known as sensory deprivation therapy, has gained popularity as a relaxation and therapeutic tool in recent years. The practice involves floating in a tank of Epsom salt water, which is maintained at body temperature and designed to block out external sensory stimuli. While floatation therapy has been around since the 1950s, it
The idea of yoga in the west often begins and ends with pictures of various movements you do in a crammed studio surrounded by other sweaty people. In reality…